Are Providers Missing Opportunities To Address Reproductive Tract Infections ? Experience from Bangladesh

@inproceedings{Chowdhury2001ArePM,
  title={Are Providers Missing Opportunities To Address Reproductive Tract Infections ? Experience from Bangladesh},
  author={Syeda Nahid Mukith Chowdhury and Ismat Bhuiya and S. Huda and A J Faisel},
  year={2001}
}
reproductive health. Bacterial vaginosis, the most common reproductive tract infection, can lead to premature delivery and low-birth-weight babies. Gonococcal and chlamydial cervicitis can cause pelvic inflammatory disease, which, left untreated, may lead to scarring and blockage of the fallopian tubes, ectopic pregnancy, infertility, fetal wastage, low-birth-weight babies and blindness in newborns. Finally, maternal syphilis infection often leads to congenital infection and malformation of the… CONTINUE READING

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